Greensboro, NC - Bells will be ringing and you know you'll be spending. So why not spend your cash right here in your community. That's one of the best things about the Holiday Market. It features local vendors and products made right here in North Carolina.
Tracey McCain got to check out some of the wonderful tings you'll get to see at this year's Holiday Market at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Event's Center.
Make sure you check out the video to see interviews featuring Cliff Snider and artist Gaye Frances Willard from Remarque Gallery in High Point. The Gallery specializes in Santa prints and gifts.
Michael Trogdon from Burge Flower Shop in Asheboro features ornaments, decorations as well as flowers.
Richard Roehl of Cape Fear Specialty Foods let Tracey taste his delicious Rum cake. The business is based in Wilmington but his cakes are shipped nationwide.
And Brenda Godfrey from Celebrating Home Interiors showed off the latest holiday trends in decorative accessories and gifts. Her shop is based in Winston-Salem.
The Holiday Market runs until 9pm on Friday, Nov. 2nd. It's on Saturday from 9am until 8pm and wraps up Sunday from 11am to 5pm. It's costs $8 to get in. Children ages 6-12 are $1 and children under 6 are free.
Click here for a dollar off coupon.
WFMY News 2